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New program helps with costs of summer study abroad

Oct. 27, 2008—A new program at Vanderbilt will provide scholarships to help undergraduate students pay the costs of studying abroad during the summer. Vanderbilt Student Government (VSG) leaders Joseph Williams and Wyatt Smith proposed the student aid and worked with Provost Richard McCarty to create the Global Summer Fellows Program. Williams is president of VSG and Smith...

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Computer programmers probe latest software trends at OOPSLA

Oct. 20, 2008—More than 1,000 software technologists from around the world will gather at the 2008 OOPSLA conference October 19-23 to address the newest trends in improving programming languages, refining the practice of software development, and exploring new programming paradigms. Janos Sztipanovits, director of the Institute for Software Integrated Systems (ISIS) in the School of Engineering at...

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VUSE partners with Tulane in post-Katrina dual-degree plan

Oct. 15, 2008—The School of Engineering has entered into a partnership that will enable Tulane University undergraduates to obtain engineering degrees in three study areas that were eliminated from Tulane’s curriculum when that university restructured after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Johns Hopkins University will also be a partner, offering engineering degrees in four disciplines. The program, effective...

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ISIS anniversary event celebrates 10th anniversary

Sep. 19, 2008—Curious about the impact that the digital revolution is having on the battlefield?  Maybe you would like to meet Betty, the computer character that middle school students are asked to teach about various science subjects, a process that teaches them how to learn? Or perhaps you would be interested in discovering how the latest software...

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Engineering firm leaders offer expertise to students in environmental design class

Aug. 29, 2008—Members of the Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. (SSR) team will enter a classroom Aug. 29 in the School of Engineering to offer expertise to students enrolled in a course titled Electrical, Mechanical Systems in Building & Leadership in Environmental Engineering and Design (LEED), a benchmark system designed by the U.S. Green Building Council. SSR President...

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VUSE, Siemens sponsor wastewater treatment workshop

Aug. 24, 2008—The School of Engineering and Siemens Water Technologies Corporation are sponsors of a three-day workshop on wastewater treatment in Nashville Aug. 25-27. The event is being held at The Marriott Vanderbilt. The workshop – Advanced Biological Wastewater Treatment Technologies: Innovative Solutions to Difficult Problems – is open to a limited number of industry professionals. It...

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VUSE rises in U.S. News & World Report’s 2009 rankings

Aug. 22, 2008—Vanderbilt’s School of Engineering undergraduate program improved five positions to No. 38 in annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report. The 2009 annual rankings were released today. The School of Engineering tied with Arizona State University, Brown University, Case Western Reserve University, Iowa State University, Lehigh University, Washington University in St. Louis and Yale...

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Cuts in research, technology will seriously erode America’s competitiveness

Aug. 1, 2008—America’s advantage in the marketplace and its global pre-eminence in research and technology continue to erode. This warning, forecast three years ago in the National Academies’ landmark report, “Rising Above the Gathering Storm,” was that the U.S. risks losing its position in a global economy and its leadership in research unless we take aggressive steps...

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